Superintendent:Virgel Hammonds, Email Me!
Phone: (207) 622-6351,
Henry L. Cottrell Elementary School is the PK-3 school in Monmouth, Maine. We hope you find all the information you need on our web site. Contact us if you have any unanswered search. Monmouth is part of the Kennebec Intra-District Schools (KIDS) Regional School Unit (RSU) 2, which joins the towns of Dresden, Farmingdale, Hallowell, Monmouth, and Richmond.
The vision of RSU2 is to be a system of student-centered learning.
Storm Days: It’s that time of year when you need to listen to or watch the following radio and television stations: MIX 107.9, WABK 104.3, Moose 92, WABI-Ch5, WCSH-Ch6, WMTW-Ch8, and WGME-Ch13 for school delays and cancellations.
If we have a delay, our staff will not be present until the delay time. It is important that students do not arrive before the delay. We do not have staff members or teachers to supervise students. Thank you for your cooperation.
Just a quick reminder that the Monmouth Community Safety Forum is tonight (January 17) at 6:00 p.m. in the Monmouth Academy gymnasium.
In light of the recent school tragedy in Connecticut, RSU 2 and local law enforcement officials will co-present measures taken to ensure the safety of our children and staff. Local police chiefs will discuss their protocols and Superintendent Hammonds will explain details of the RSU crisis response plan. Opportunities to ask questions will be made available. Together, we will insure the safety of our learning communities.
No afternoon PK today due to weather. We will transport the morning PK students home at the regular time. Debbie will drive the bus and Chris will be on the bus to oversee the children.
Please call with any questions:
Henry L. Cottrell Elementary School
Due to the widespread influenza epidemic currently being observed in the nation, we in Monmouth are considering holding another flu clinic. We have had a few parents inquiring if there would be another school based clinic, so I have contacted Maine General Prevention center. They still have vaccine and stated they are willing and could put a clinic together fairly quickly.
Therefore this notice is to inquire as to how many parents who have children that have not previously received the flu vaccine would be interested in getting one for their child at this time. If you are interested, please send this form back in with your name and the name of your child/ren needing the flu shot, or call me at the number below ASAP, so we can put this plan into motion. Depending on response, there will be a permission form posted on the website or you can call the school to have one sent home. If there is not enough response we will not be holding a clinic, and will notify you.
Contrary to news reports there is still plenty of vaccine available. Contact your PCP or local pharmacies to get a flu shot.
Debra Cote, RN
Monmouth School Nurse
933-4426 x 5
The 2011-2012 NCLB Report Cards for Maine schools are now posted and may be accessed directly through this link: http://www.maine.gov/education/nclb/reportcard/index.html. Here is the NCLB Report Card for our school (reports cards for the district and other KIDS RSU2 schools are available at http://www.kidsrsu.org/):
All questions should be directed to Deborah Emery, NCLB Coordinator for RSU #2 (firstname.lastname@example.org, 207.933.4426).